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How to Decide if Independent Living in a Community is Right for You

Posted by Jim Fuller on Nov 29, 2018 11:38:00 AM
If you're like most people you've looked forward to retirement for a long time. Now that it's getting close or arrived though, you may begin to wonder just how you want to spend it. Independent living in a community is one option, so here's some help in deciding if it's a viable option for your lifestyle.
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Tags: West Seattle Senior Living, Senor Living Advice, finding a retirement community, Independent Living Choices, West Seattle retirement community, Retirement Planning in West Seattle, How to Choose a Retirement Community, Selecting a Retirement Community, West Seattle Senior Retirement Options

Can Life Insurance Help Pay For Long Term Senior Care?

Posted by Jim Fuller on Jun 8, 2018 11:48:00 AM
When you hear "long-term care" many people assume it refers to medical needs but that's not what the phrase means. Most long-term care is for basic personal needs, which are referred to as Activities of Daily Living (ADL) by medical professionals. ADL means the tasks of everyday living such as:
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Tags: Retirement Planning in West Seattle, Senior Finances, Senior Education

How To Choose a Retirement Community In West Seattle

Posted by Carrie J Lee on May 22, 2014 11:30:00 AM
Ever since the start of the Baby Boom in 1946 everyone knew there would come a time when those Baby Boomers (now estimated at 79 million) would retire. That time has come as about 8,000 baby boomers reach the age 65 every day. Someone you love is almost certainly nearing or at a stage of life when a retirement community may be an appropriate next step.
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Tags: Retirement Planning in West Seattle, Assisted Living in West Seattle, Independent Living Choices, Healthy Seniors in West Seattle Living, West Seattle Senior Living

When parents age in West Seattle

Posted by Heather McCallum on Apr 29, 2014 9:26:00 AM
It’s been called the Silver Tsunami. It’s the specter of Baby Boomers reaching retirement age and beyond. According to some estimates, about 45 percent of the population will be aged 50 or older by 2015. It’s an especially startling statistic when you realize that in 1914 the average life expectancy in the U.S. for women was 52 years old and for men was 56 years old.
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Tags: Retirement Planning in West Seattle, Assisted Living in West Seattle, Independent Living Choices, Healthy Seniors in West Seattle Living, West Seattle Senior Living

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